- Free and Low-Cost Internet Access from Comcast
- Common Sense Media: Age-based reviews of movies, books, TV shows, websites, and more.
- MCPS Parent Academy
- MCPS Parent's Page
- Parent Encourgement Program
- Montgomery County Public Libraries
- Information in Other Languages
- MCPS QuickNotes
How can I help at school?
Parent volunteers are always welcome. Arrange a time with your child's teacher, or coordinate with the staff. If your child's teacher does not need help, there are many other areas in the school where you could volunteer: lunch or recess aide, media center, other classrooms, etc. Please contact the front office to discuss these volunteer opportunities and then sign in at the front office when you arrive.
MCPS requires that all volunteers complete the online "Recognizing and Reporting Child Abuse and Neglect" training prior to volunteering or chaperoning a field trip. Please click here for more information about volunteering in an MCPS school.
Free and Reduced Meals (FARMs)
Students may qualify for free or reduced-price meals based on household size and income. They may also qualify if they are receiving Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), Temporary Cash Assistance (TCA), or Medicaid benefits. Families may apply for meal benefits by completing an Application for Free and Reduced-price Meals for the current school year. Please click here for more information or to apply.
NAACP Parent Council Representative
The Purpose of the Parents’ Council is to provide a forum through which interested citizens may offer assistance, guidance and support to African American parents and students of Montgomery County Public Schools (MCPS) to pursue the highest qualify education possible through encouragement, information sharing, positive motivation, critical evaluation and advocacy. Marcia Cole will serve as our school's parent representative this school year.